Unsteady seasons in the sea

Ocean uptake of CO2 slows the rate of anthropogenic climate change but comes at the cost of ocean acidification. Observations now show that the seasonal cycle of CO2 in the ocean also changes, leading to earlier occurrence of detrimental conditions for ocean biota.

Hauck J., in press. Unsteady seasons in the sea. Nature Climate Change. Article (subscription required).

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